History Film / TheOutlawJoseyWales

15th May '15 2:18:59 AM Antwan
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-=>=- '''Fletcher''', ''The Outlaw Josey Wales''
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15th May '15 2:18:43 AM Antwan
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->"Don't piss down my back and tell me it's raining." ->-Fletcher, ''The Outlaw Josey Wales''
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->"Don't ->''"Don't piss down my back and tell me it's raining." ->-Fletcher, "'' -=>=- '''Fletcher''', ''The Outlaw Josey Wales''


* HeyItsThatGuy: One of Wales's many victims is [[{{Seinfeld}} Uncle Leo]], here playing a bounty hunter. ** And Fletcher is obviously trying to put Josey Wales on [[AnimalHouse double-secret probation.]]

* RealLifeRelative: Clint's son Kyle Eastwood played Josey's son.

* TooDumbToLive: The two bounty hunters in the forest, particularly the first one, who ignores his friend's sensible advice that Josey probably has another gun on him. [[spoiler:He does]] * WagTheDirector: In a weird way, the TropeMaker. Early in filming, Clint Eastwood decided that he could do a better job than the original director, Philip Kaufman, was doing. He therefore arranged for Kaufman to be fired and took over the directorial duties himself. This disgusted the Director's Guild of America enough that they [[RuleBreakerRuleNamer created a new rule]] stating that whenever a film's director is fired, their replacement has to be someone with no previous connections to the film. This is why, nowadays, actors are forced to WagTheDirector rather than just outright firing them and directing themselves. More commonly they just hire someone willing to take orders.
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* TooDumbToLive: The two bounty hunters in the forest, particularly the first one, who ignores his friend's sensible advice that Josey probably has another gun on him. [[spoiler:He does]] * WagTheDirector: In a weird way, the TropeMaker. Early in filming, Clint Eastwood decided that he could do a better job than the original director, Philip Kaufman, was doing. He therefore arranged for Kaufman to be fired and took over the directorial duties himself. This disgusted the Director's Guild of America enough that they [[RuleBreakerRuleNamer created a new rule]] stating that whenever a film's director is fired, their replacement has to be someone with no previous connections to the film. This is why, nowadays, actors are forced to WagTheDirector rather than just outright firing them and directing themselves. More commonly they just hire someone willing to take orders.does.]]
10th May '15 10:11:32 AM CynicalBastardo
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* WalkingArmory: Josey never carries less than four pistols at any one time, two of which are {{Hand Cannon}}s of their day.
8th Mar '15 2:54:12 PM nombretomado
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* AmericanCivilWar: Specifically the carnage in Missouri, where the guerrilla fighting [[WarIsHell was so vicious]] by both sides that it was practically a civil war within the Civil War itself.
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* AmericanCivilWar: UsefulNotes/TheAmericanCivilWar: Specifically the carnage in Missouri, where the guerrilla fighting [[WarIsHell was so vicious]] by both sides that it was practically a civil war within the Civil War itself.

** Then Josey, who has arrived late to the party, gets his hands on it. AmericanCivilWar MoreDakka ensues.
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** Then Josey, who has arrived late to the party, gets his hands on it. AmericanCivilWar UsefulNotes/TheAmericanCivilWar MoreDakka ensues.
8th Mar '15 2:53:59 PM nombretomado
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Set during the aftermath of the AmericanCivilWar, '''''The Outlaw Josey Wales''''' follows a man whose whole family was killed, leading him to join a group of Confederate guerrillas to track down the killers. After eventually being sold out, however, he is on the run from bounty hunters and Yankee soldiers (including the group who killed his family). Along the way, while racking up a prodigious body count, Wales meets a group of people whom he [[IneffectualLoner reluctantly]] allows to join him. HilarityEnsues. And by "hilarity," we mean "murder." This is a Creator/ClintEastwood movie, after all.
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Set during the aftermath of the AmericanCivilWar, UsefulNotes/TheAmericanCivilWar, '''''The Outlaw Josey Wales''''' follows a man whose whole family was killed, leading him to join a group of Confederate guerrillas to track down the killers. After eventually being sold out, however, he is on the run from bounty hunters and Yankee soldiers (including the group who killed his family). Along the way, while racking up a prodigious body count, Wales meets a group of people whom he [[IneffectualLoner reluctantly]] allows to join him. HilarityEnsues. And by "hilarity," we mean "murder." This is a Creator/ClintEastwood movie, after all.
5th Feb '15 8:37:05 AM Tdarcos
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->Fletcher, ''The Outlaw Josey Wales''
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->Fletcher, ->-Fletcher, ''The Outlaw Josey Wales''
5th Feb '15 8:31:24 AM Tdarcos
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->"Don't piss down my back and tell me it's raining." ->Fletcher, ''The Outlaw Josey Wales''
28th Jan '15 7:20:51 AM Aurelian
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* TooDumbToLive: The two bounty hunters in the forest, particularly the first one, who ignores his friend's sensible advice that Josey probably has another gun on him. [[spoiler:He does]]
6th Dec '14 5:36:43 AM Divra
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* TontoTalk: Subverted. The Comanche chief Ten Bears does tend towards whimsical turns of phrase, and his English is a bit stilted, but he sounds like someone who has learned a second language as an adult and is trying to translate untranslatable concepts rather than a caricature. He even manages to get one over on Josey. --> Josey: You be Ten Bears? --> Ten Bears: I ''am'' Ten Bears.
22nd Nov '14 7:37:04 AM Badgertg
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** Watch for [[OneFlewOverTheCuckoosNest Chief Bromden]] near the end as Chief Ten Bears.
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